The latest line-up of businesses set to join CARGO 2, the second phase of Bristol’s first retail hub made of converted shipping containers, is announced today.
With the fit-out of the CARGO 2 units about to start, Gopal’s Curry Shack, The Bristol Cheesemonger and a new venture from Brace & Browns have been confirmed as the latest retailers to join this next phase of CARGO, part of Wapping Wharf, the city’s vibrant new harbourside quarter.
Stuart Hatton, director at Umberslade, the developer behind CARGO, said: “It is great to have this trio of fantastic independent retailers join CARGO at Wapping Wharf. CARGO 2 is shaping up to have a brilliant mix of businesses on board, ranging from a yoga studio to a massage studio, from a jeweller’s to a juice bar, and including an amazing array of tasty food options that hail from around the world.”
Gopal’s Curry Shack serves vibrant and creative Indian inspired street food with a seasonal British twist.
“We are so excited to be joining a fabulous community of independent retailers at CARGO. The CARGO development is a perfect fit for us: independent businesses, community focused and forward thinking. Our vision is to bring colour, a little bit of spice and delicious vegetarian Indian street food to Wapping Wharf!,” said Melanie Taylor of Gopal’s Curry Shack.